WASHINGTON – Democrats in the House committees want to hear statements from former Special Representative Robert Mueller next week. The hearings will help Americans understand the "seriousness of the President's wrongdoing."
"No" We do not expect that there will necessarily be a big, dramatic new revelation, "said a Democratic member of the Judiciary Committee on Thursday in a briefing before the hearings." What's important is that it's really shocking evidence for criminal wrongdoing by the President – not just once, but over and over again ̵
The committees expect this" Not everyone reads the book (Muller Report), but people will see the movie, "said an adjutant.
Muller is expected to perform publicly on Wednesday three hours before the Justice Committee, followed by about two hours before the House Intelligence Committee
during his public statement in the May after completion of the report, he said: "The report is my testimony. I would not provide information that goes beyond the information that was publicly available before the Congress. "[Trump] said on Friday that he would not see the hearings.
Both committees, however, want to deal with Müller's evidence, not necessarily with the conclusions – or their absence – that he outlined in his report Democratic employees believe that the former Special Adviser will "lean on" the results of his team's work.
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Because of obstruction of justice, Muller left Attorney General William Barr to decide whether to impose a disability lawsuit against the President. Barr rejected this on the basis of the evidence presented and the Department of Justice's guidelines for persecuting a sitting president.
The Mueller report makes it clear that Trump was not relieved, but found only insufficient criminal evidence for the persecution.
The Justice Committee hopes to show that another American who committed the same behavior as Trump, as described in the more than 400-page Müller report, would be charged with obstructing justice.
Democratic lawmaker plans to do so Mark at least five cases that they believe clearly prove Trump has committed a crime.
Democrats in the Judiciary Committee will highlight these actions by Trump, as stated in the report: repeatedly instruct his then White House lawyer, Don McGahn, to fire Mueller; I ask McGahn to deny that he was ordered to fire Muller. ask former campaign leader Corey Lewandowski to send a message to then Attorney General Jeff Sessions to restrict the investigation and expel the president; I ask Lewandowski to tell sessions that he was fired if he does not meet with Lewandowski. and potential witnesses manipulating Paul Manafort and Michael Cohen.
"Mr. McGahn is very in our thoughts, as you will see at the hearing," said one employee.
Democrats in the intelligence committee for their part In part, we believe that the public is "wrong" about the Müller report, and plan to highlight interactions with the Trump campaign and Russia and WikiLeaks, including pointing out that Trump himself knew that WikiLeaks had emails that hurt Hillary Clinton before they were released Republicans emphasized that the Müller report contained no clues or disagreements, and hope that Democrats will continue after the hearings next week, ending the political gimmick "The Judicative Democrats have imposed high costs on taxpayers," said Doug Collins, R-Ga., a member of the Judicial Authority, in a statement, "May this testimony bring and close the House democrats that the rest of America has enjoyed for months enable them to return to the legislative business. "
Mueller should Originally said last Wednesday, but was delayed a week Democrats and Republicans praise this move to have more time to answer questions.
Democrats in the House Judiciary Committee are still working on how best to use the three hours so all 41 members can ask questions.
"We have never prepared in a way as we have prepared for it," one member of staff said about the eagerly awaited hearing, noting that Müller likes to give brief answers to questions so the committees will take this into account before.
Neither Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler nor Intelligence Chief Adam Schiff spoke with Muller before the next week's hearings with the House Intelligence Committee and the Department of Justice to allow some Mueller deputies to appear in a secret session. so that they can discuss some information that can not be made public, such as: Parts of the edited report or underlying evidence.
"This just seems to be another effort by the Attorney General to limit the amount of information coming from the Special Representative's office to protect the President," a Democratic Intelligence official said.
An increasing number of Democrats – nearly 90 in the House – are pushing for an impeachment investigation against Trump, which would be handled by the House Justice Committee. Employees, however, point out that hearings and investigations are usually conducted before the review of impeachment proceedings.
"This is the first obvious factual hearing in which Mr. Müller can report first-hand what Witnesses have told him, and the next phase is obviously to identify the actual witnesses," said a court clerk.